view Yara Ghana Limited, a leading mineral fertiliser company in the country, in collaboration with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) has embarked on an oil palm training programme for farmers.
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The yield per hectare in the country is quite low compared to other oil palm producing countries,but the potential to increase yield is there; the challenge has been due mainly to the under utilisation of fertiliser in the oil palm sector, especially among the smallholder farmers — who incidentally are also utilised as out-growers for the corporate farms. Indeed, the bulk of oil palm cultivation (80%) is done by smallholders in Ghana.